Paul Pogba is reportedly planning to capitalize on a Federation Internationale de Football Association ruling which has opened a loophole for him to force a controversial exit at Manchester United, according to SunSport.
The 27-year-old's current deal expires in June 2021, and, to avoid allowing the 2018 FIFA World Cup victor to leave for free, United might sell him in the next window if it becomes clear he will not renew his contract.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United are reported ready to allow France worldwide Paul Pogba make his anticipated return to Italian champions Juventus when the 2019/20 Premier League season comes to an end.
'Paul is being missed because of what he brings to the team [but] we wish he could do that on a more regular basis'.
Pogba has only made eight appearances this season for United due to an ankle injury.
'Maybe they've got more motivation to keep going now, as they can see when they're back they're maybe on the same level or even a better level physically.
"I've always been impressed with the players when we've had breaks". And they are big players for us, some of the most important players'.
Although he is determined to secure a move to Real, this is not now Pogba's intention.
For the moment, the player has no intention of going down this road, as it would equate to a declaration of war against Manchester United, without knowing for the moment that Real Madrid are 100% behind his acquisition this summer.
"It would be nice to see him in midfield with Bruno Fernandes".
Despite all the uncertainty triggered by coronavirus, one thing that remains a constant is the ambiguity of Paul Pogba's Manchester United future.
"We've seen that Bruno Fernandes has been working for Manchester United so it will be surprising if Solskjaer says "We'll let you Pogba, who's missed the majority of this season and caused endless problems with not just the previous manager not just for the previous manager but also myself, have the position you want" and sacrifice Fernandes in that way to make it happen".
Real Madrids players take 10% pay cut
La Liga , as with most football around the world, is now suspended and it is not known when, or even if, the season will re-start. The players at Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have also taken pay cuts and La Liga has asked other clubs to follow suit.